San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Identifyin(g) & Signifyin(g) Harlem's Queer Arts Legacy
Thursday, May 26
With its almost annual presentations the Jewel Box Revue during the 1960s and 70s, the Apollo was one of many venues in Harlem to highlight Queer culture and contributions to the arts and entertainment. From the Harlem Renaissance to the Harlem Balls, historian John Reddick explores the rich and influential legacy of Queer culture in Harlem, the venues, artists, and the purveyors.
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**Please arrive 15-30 minutes before the start of the event to secure seating.**
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When & Where
Apollo Theater Education Program
The Apollo Theater Education Program extends the Apollo’s commitment to enhancing the life of the community. The Education Program focuses on four distinct areas of learning and engagement: residencies, workshops and tours for schools; curriculum materials aligned to state and national learning standards and study guides derived from the Theater’s history; career development for teens and adults through the Apollo Theater Academy; and discussions and lectures for the public that highlight the history of the Apollo and its impact on American art, culture and entertainment.